Earlier today, we announced two new BAM Creators.
And then realized we should have been more specific as to what being a BAM Creator entails. Especially since our newest Creators (Matt Lionetti and Dan Oneil) have been seen on BAM podcasts, webinars, and social media channels since we launched in April.
So, here’s a more thorough explanation of what it means to be a BAM Creator—and how Creators are different from our contributors.
What is a BAM Creator?
BAM Creators are some of the industry’s top talent—experts in their fields who are ready and willing to share their knowledge with other real estate professionals. To elevate their impact on the industry, they create content exclusively for BAM. Depending on their preferred style, this can include:
- Blogs and articles
- Courses (coming soon!)
- Speaking engagements
Since Creators are producing content specifically for BAM, they have access to BAM’s full team. Creators collaborate with our writers, editors, graphic designers, video producers and social media experts—in other words, a full marketing agency to ensure every piece of content is high-quality and high-value to the real estate industry.
How are BAM Creators different from contributors?
BAM also has a host of contributors—talented industry professionals who are eager to share their knowledge but may not be ready to commit to a regular schedule of content creation. This often includes blogs or articles but can also include guest appearances on BAM shows, webinars, and more.
If you’re interested in collaborating with BAM, this is the perfect place to start! Learn more about becoming a BAM contributor here.